From sea to sea: Canada's three oceans of biodiversity.
PLoS ONE. 2010; 5(8):e12182
Archambault P, Snelgrove PV, Fisher JA, Gagnon JM, ..., Nelson JR, Pepin P, Piché L, Poulin M. Archambault P, Snelgrove PV, Fisher JA, Gagnon JM, Garbary DJ, Harvey M, Kenchington EL, Lesage V, Levesque M, Lovejoy C, Mackas DL, McKindsey CW, Nelson JR, Pepin P, Piché L, Poulin M. PLoS ONE. 2010; 5(8):e12182
The exploration of marine biodiversity is one of the greatest challenges of science. Big projects are aimed at answering the very simple question: how many species inhabit the world's oceans? This paper answers the question for Canada and, perhaps even better, it has implications for the rest of the world. Other companion papers have...
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